Vocalist. Singer, actress, songwriter, and recording artist Lisa Fishman has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe. Lisa starred alongside Broadway stars Mike Burstyn on Off-Broadway (“On Second Avenue.”) She is a regular in New York’s National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene's Motl Didner and Di Goldene Kalleh (The Golden Bride) at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York in 2016. Other theater credits include Sally Bowles in “Cabaret,” Nancy in “Oliver,” Fanny Brice & Emma Goldman in “Tintypes,” the suffering Chanteuse in "Ghetto Cabaret," and Yente in "Shlemiel the First." Lisa is the featured vocalist on Maxwell Street Klezmer Band’s popular recording “You Should Be So Lucky!” (Shanachie Entertainment), and appeared with the band on Public Television’s "World Stage Chicago" and "Artbeat.” Lisa is also a vocalist with The Modern Klezmer Quartet." As a concert artist of Jewish music, Lisa has shared the stage with the legendary Claire Barry of The Barry Sisters, Theodore Bikel, Mandy Patinkin, Jerry Stiller, Fyvush Finkel, Seymour Rechzeit, Mike Burstyn, Bruce Adler, Adrienne Cooper, and Eleanor Reissa. Lisa sings a Yiddish song in the 2003 film, "Dummy," and New York City’s “Jewish Entertainment Hour.”
Available for national and international tours.